One of the hardest parts of dealing with plagiarism and content theft is finding out who to contact to report it. Though the DMCA requires hosts to designate an agent to receive such complaints if they want to be eligible for safe harbor, the information is often buried and hard to locate.
To help with that process, I’ve looked up the DMCA information for 100 providers. The list includes hosts, search engines, advertising networks, social news sites and much more. Though the list is not a complete one by any stretch, it does cover most of the major players.
Each item on the list links to that site’s individual DMCA policy. The note beside it indicates what the easiest method of contact is and, if necessary, exactly where to look on the page for the information.
Since the list is long, I encourage people to use their browser’s find feature to locate the host that they need. If you know of any major hosts not on this list or spot any inaccurate information, please let me know.
Also, there are some companies who do not have links at this time, they are services that I am currently working to locate. I will be updating the list as I hear back from these companies. Please bear in mind that some of the items, such as Yahoo!, are repeats as they are in multiple lines of business with different names. This is intentional to prevent confusion.
Please let me know what you think of this list and if you find it useful!